Info about Veterans Day Freebies

by Sami

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Are you looking for info about Veterans Day Freebies? Look no further!

I’m so glad so many restaurants and retailers are taking this 2010 Veterans Day to honor our veterans and active-duty military to with these freebies!

Here is a list of what I’ve found so far and I’ll continue to update as I come across more Veterans Day deals:

Applebees: Choose a free meal from a select menu

Ashley Furniture: Earn up to 15% off your furniture purchase on 11/11 (earn 1% off for every dollar you donate to the USO up to 15% off).

Chili’s: Every veteran and active duty military gets to choose a free meal from their special menu

Golden Corral:  November 15, 2010 will mark the 10th anniversary of Golden Corral’s Military Appreciation Monday dinner. The free meal is a special “thank you tribute” to any person who has ever served in the United States Military. If you are a veteran, retired, currently serving, in the National Guard or Reserves, you are invited to join us for Golden Corral’s Military Appreciation Monday dinner.

McCormick & Schmick: Choose a FREE lunch or dinner entrée

Outback: Get a free Bloomin’ Onion and beverage

Strength for Service: From November 7-21, anyone will be able to download the Kindle version (on Amazon) of Strength for Service, the ecumenical daily devotional geared toward soldiers and anyone in the service of others, free of charge.

I’ve also heard Lowe’s, Home Depot, Dollar General and others are offering discounts for military personnel.

You will be required to present proof of service/Military ID for most of the above offers

Have you found any other great deals?

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